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Video: The Killers debut four new songs

on July 20, 2012, 3:35pm

killers williams + hirakawa pick 1 hi res e1342797058890 Video: The Killers debut four new songs

Last night, The Killers played an intimate show in Asheville, North Carolina, marking their first public performance since announcing their new album, Battle Born. The show served as a warm-up to the band’s weekend appearance at the Firefly Music Festival, and featured the live debut of several new songs. Below, you can watch fan footage of their new single “Runaways”, along with previously unheard cuts “Miss Atomic Bomb”, “Flesh and Bones”, and “Rising Tide”.

Battle Born will be released on September 18th via Island Records.

“Runaways”:

“Miss Atomic Bomb”:

“Flesh and Bones”:

“Rising Tide”:

Setlist:
Runaways
Somebody Told Me
Smile Like You Mean It
Spaceman
This Is Your Life
The Rising Tide
This Atomic Bomb
For Reasons Unknown
Bling (Confession of a King)
Shadowplay (Joy Division cover)
Human
A Dustland Fairytale
Read My Mind
Mr. Brightside
All These Things That I’ve Done
Encore:
Flesh And Bone
Jenny Was a Friend of Mine
When You Were Young

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Jordan Gaul
August 2, 2012 at 7:56 pm

not to be a douche, but rising tide was debuted live sometime in 2011. there are videos on youtube of such.
Yeah, brandon’s songwriting has changed over the course of his career, but that’s what happens. Their lives change. Inspirations change. like they say, musicians have their whole life to write a first album but only 2 or 3 years to write the others

huge killers fan, pumped for battle born:)

Allison
July 27, 2012 at 2:13 pm

I don’t care if it was panned on release — Hot Fuss was an excellent album. Every song on the initial release and even the re-release were great, but with every passing album it seems like a total fluke. Flowers needs to get his head out of his ass and stop trying so hard to be poetic and sound epic.

Rebecca
July 24, 2012 at 4:00 am

Amazing!

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